Oracle database operating system memory allocation management for PGA – part 4: Oracle 11.2.0.4 and AMM

This is the 4th post in a series of posts on PGA behaviour of Oracle. Earlier posts are: here (PGA limiting for Oracle 12), here (PGA limiting for Oracle 11.2) and the quiz on using PGA with AMM, into...
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Oracle database operating system memory allocation management for PGA – part 3: Oracle 11.2.0.4 and AMM: Quiz

This is a series of blogposts on how the Oracle database makes use of PGA. Earlier posts can be found here (PGA limiting for Oracle 12) and here (PGA limiting for Oracle 11.2). Today a little wednesday...
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New Adventures in Virtual Reality

Back in the early 90s I ventured into virtual reality and was sick for a whole day afterwards. We have since learned that people become queazy when their visual systems and vestibular systems get out...
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SLOB 2.2 Not Generating AWR reports? Testing Large User Counts With Think Time? Think Processes and SLOB_DEBUG.

I’ve gotten a lot of reports of folks branching out into SLOB 2.2 large user count testing with the SLOB 2.2 Think Time feature. I’m also getting reports that some of the same folks are not...
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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Software-Defined Data Center

The industry is in the midst of the next major data center transition–the evolution to the software-defined data center (SDDC), which aims to bring together storage, computing, and data networking....
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RMOUG Training Days 2015!

OK, Oracle EM hat off, RMOUG Training Days hat on! So as many of you know, RMOUG Board of Directors made the smart move after I joined Oracle, instead of losing a valuable member of the board, they moved...
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Oracle database operating system memory allocation management for PGA – part 2: Oracle 11.2

This is the second part of a series of blogpost on Oracle database PGA usage. See the first part here. The first part described SGA and PGA usage, their distinction (SGA being static, PGA being variable),...
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How To Replace FTP and Increase File Transfer Efficiency by 98% With Biscom Secure File Transfer — A Customer Success Story

The increase in people sharing data and files, combined with size and security limitations of email and FTP, has forced organizations to seek solutions for sending large and confidential files while complying...
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SLOB Data Loading Case Studies – Part II. SLOB 2.2 For High-Bandwidth Data Loading.

This is Part II in a series. Part I can be found here (click here). Part I in the series covered a very simple case of SLOB data loading. This installment is aimed at how one can use SLOB as a platform...
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Oracle database operating system memory allocation management for PGA

This post is about memory management on the operating system level of an Oracle database. The first question that might pop in your head is: isn’t this a solved problem? The answer is: yes, if you...
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